As you know, here at Hivelocity we try to have a little fun every once in awhile. With the introduction of our Phase 2 data center expansion just around the corner we took the opportunity to shoot a fun little video for your enjoyment.

During our 10,000 sq ft expansion build out a few walls had to come down. One wall in particular was the barrier between our existing raised floor and the new raised floor space. The wall you see in this video was the last wall that separated new from old and symbolic of this year long project nearing completion.

The new raised floor space will allow us to accommodate an additional 8000 servers when it is all said and done. At its current state our Phase 2 space is about 90% finished with just some final details to complete. Once Phase 2 is 100% complete it will have a new private colocation section, a customer lounge and a new floor to ceiling glass walled conference room which overlooks our brand new state-of-the art Network Operations Center (NOC). The anticipated completion date is scheduled for December 1st.

Without further ado, we present to you Hivelocity’s Halloween Phase 2 Teaser!

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